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Fun Fun Fundies: Sims Edition

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Taylors Part Ten: Introducing Bethany Wilson

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Trying to keep tabs on multiple families isn't the easiest task!

Bob knows that red roses are a solid romantic gesture.


"Bethany, you are such a beautiful, Godly young woman..."


"... will you do me the honour of becoming my wife?"


Front hugs a go-go!!


Popping back over to the mothership, where little Hannah had aged up. I changed her outfit.


Then we go to Andrew's house. Time for the twins to age up!


Here's Molly! 


And here's little Morgan on the xylophone! This is also the 800th screenshot in my album. 


This top and this skirt are the most modest options I have for formal/bridal wear. I'm guessing that all the females will be wearing this combination, or similar. You may be able to notice the subtle floral decoration I added for Bethany's outfit. I could go for a slightly shorter skirt (still covering those *sinful* knees), or else something that doesn't cover the shoulders. I wish I could create my own CC sometimes, but I don't have those sorts of skills, so I have to make do with what I have.




It's happening! Wedding #2 for the Taylor offspring!


I didn't capture the kiss that occurs as part of the wedding vows action. But just-married-that-second Sims, particularly fundie ones, don't need an excuse!!


I couldn't spot Diana in the immediate congregation, and then, searching the lot, I found her.


Cake time!


Slow dancing in a bedroom. This was where Bob slept when they weren't married; it'll probably be a kids' room in the future.


That's two weddings down and six more to go. Of course, the two youngest are only toddlers. 




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For the CC, if colouring items is similar to the sims 2 it should be fairly easy to just do recolours.  So if you find an item that you like the look of you could try making a recolour of a particular mesh (I haven't tried this from memory so unfortunately I can't tell you how easy/hard it is).  Recolouring should be much easier than doing meshes for clothes though.

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